Keyser & Miller Ford - Collegeville / Pennsylvania
Located 21 miles away from Philadelphia, PA
Rare, Mineral Gray Clearcoat Metallic 2005 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer Features Include: Power Stroke 6.0L V8 DI 32V OHV Turbodiesel, Fully automatic headlights, Power driver seat, Premium Two-Tone Leather Captain's Chairs, Rear Parking Sensors, Remote keyless entry.Recent Arrival!Buy With Confidence From A Local Family Owned Dealership For Over 65 Years, Call Us Today At 866-417-7184!
I have leased a Flex from Keyser Miller since the model was available. I really enjoy the car's ride and handling plus the spacious storage. Folks at Keyser Miller are very helpful with your wants and needs in a car. I really wanted another Flex before Ford discontinued the model. R. Gilbert at KM Ford was very helpful in finding what I wanted in model package and color.
AutoCheck Vehicle History Summary
Accident Free Vehicle: No
Accident History: 1 Reported Accident
Number of Previous Owners: 4 Reported Owners
Personal Use Only: Yes
Usage Type: Personal Use Only
History Provider: AutoCheck
Title Details: Clean Title
Salvage Vehicle: No
Frame Damage: No
Theft History: No
Lemon Status: No
Free History Report: No
Features and Specs:
Description: Used 2005 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer with AWD/4WD, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Auto Climate Control, Power Driver Seat, Power Liftgate/Trunk. Engine: 8-cylinders Transmission: Automatic Drive Wheel Configuration: four wheel drive
VIN: 1FMSU45P55ED42379 Stock: PX216L Certified Pre-Owned: No Listed since: 12-29-2020
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We LOVE this truck! Have had the vehicle now for about 4 years, purchased with 101,000 miles on odometer (now with 145k) and with the V-10 6.8 Liter powerplant, 4WD. First looked at Excursions in 2000, but bought a Suburban with custom interior instead. Wish I had bought the Excursion; compared to Suburban, Excursion's transmission and brakes are much heavier duty. Suburban is more of an SUV on an automobile chassis whereas the Excursion is a TRUCK! Suburban struggled to pull 2 horse/dressing room trailer, Excursion barely know it's back there. Ride comfort isn't as great as Suburban, but overall, wouldn't go back. Have to watch the vertical clearance, I pucker up in most parking garages and a number can't get into. Takes a bit to turn around on dead end city streets, but we live in the country. Looking for 1 or 2 more of these bad boys to put away since it doesn't look like Ford will reintroduce any time soon. Excursion does eat brakes and rotors (seems a common problem due to weight of vehicle), but otherwise very little maintenance/repairs required, compared to 4 transmission changes on the Suburban due to either blowing up or developing cracks in the case. Average about 11.5 around town, over 19 on highway trips; when hauling a big family around in comfort, the mileage is roughly the same as what I got with the Suburban and a 5.7 V8, and back seat passengers are way more comfortable in the Excursion. And talk about cargo room..... 10/2018 update, just put new michelins on, got over 60,000 on previous set & probably could have gone another 7-10k. Very few problems with truck, one of best vehicles ever owned & have had way over 50. Still running strong.